What Is This ?

Aug 16, 2010 at 2:46pm

What Is This ?

In Windows Computer, I Created My Standalone Application
By Mistake I Pressed Ctrl /. Control, Dot ( Choose Resume To Restart The Scheduler ) this error popped up.
if i go on Preferences in Check Disable Scheduler Stopping. the problem is fixed but if Max 5 is not installed or use my program on another computer and max 5 is not installed the problem continues.
any help is appreciated.

Thank You

Erick C

#51796
Aug 16, 2010 at 8:08pm

Ctrl-period(apple-period on a mac) much like in SuperCollider, PhotoShop and all throughout software history is used to stop a critical process(like a kill switch). In Max, it’s the event-scheduler which stops(i think…)… use Ctrl-r(apple-r on a mac) to resume. If you are having this problem with your standalone every time you start it up and Ctrl-r doesn’t fix it permanently for the standalone, i’d try rebuilding the standalone(and this time, don’t hit ctrl-dot). (when you resume, you may also have to restart any timing processes, for example, if a metro was running, you may have to restart the metro after you do ctrl-r)

#185889
Aug 17, 2010 at 1:05am

yes, control-R is not enough, you also need to loadbang/reinitialize/restart you patches in the max runtime/your app.

#185890
Aug 19, 2010 at 6:45pm

you guys are right
I click Ctrl_R in my application
after that I open my patches in maxruntime
after I did that I rebuild the application again
and for now the problem is fixed.

Thank You

Erick C

#185891

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